Shota Urasaki

Interior Designer

Japan

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Shota Urasaki is a designer for Yamaha Corporation.
He was born and raised in Okinawa, Japan.
He works as a representative of OKINAWA PRODUCTS.
He presents designs primarily inspired by nature.
He makes emotional product proposals.
The goal is a design that is easy to understand and fun for the viewer.
Will be exhibited at salone satellite of salone del mobile in 2022.

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EDUCATION

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AWARDS AND PRIZES

SELECTED PROJECTS

Mushroom

FUNCTION:

Shelf

LOCATION:

Okinawa

YEAR:

2022

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ABOUT

The shelf of camphor tree, sculpted to look like a mushroom, is embedded with magnets. Therefore, they can be placed freely. The mushrooms are attached to a thin steel plate that rises up from the floor. The large mushrooms can be used to place various items, while the small mushrooms can be used to hold postcards or memos.

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PHOTO CREDITS:

[Image #1: Shota Urasaki, Mushroom, 2021. ][ Image #2: Shota Urasaki, Mushroom, 2021. ][ Image #3: Shota Urasaki, Mushroom, 2021. ][ Image #4: Shota Urasaki, Mushroom, 2021. ][ Image #5: Shota Urasaki, Mushroom, 2021.]

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Cloud

FUNCTION:

Chair

LOCATION:

YEAR:

2020

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ABOUT

This is a cloud-like chair that is raining. The seating surface enables a cloud-like expression by piercing polyester fiber into the polyurethane foam with a needle. A high seat gives the seated person a floating. In addition, the mirror-like stainless steel legs and pedestal made it possible to express the rain.

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PHOTO CREDITS:

[ Image #1: Shota Urasaki, Cloud, 2019. ][ Image #2: Shota Urasaki, Cloud, 2019. ][ Image #3: Shota Urasaki, Cloud, 2019. ][ Image #4: Shota Urasaki, Cloud, 2019. ][ Image #5: Shota Urasaki, Cloud, 2019. ]

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